Can the name change the person you are

@kparab (302)
United States
December 1, 2006 3:02am CST
There are people who are very particular how their name are pronounced. In india it has become one of the must with celebrites to have their name sychronised with success they want. Does a simple name makes any difference. Let's check out. You go to any net chat room and you can have a lot of names some funny some mysterious some humorous and still some the normal name. If you have to make friend with any of these unknown faces what u will do. Check out for names you like????? let's go the other way what you do when u want to log into chat rooms give your original name as it is or use some psuedo names. Well from the list of chat room names i can say that most of them give their psuedo names and the selection of these name does symbolised the kind of people they want others to identify. SO somewhere in our subconscious mind we too believe that yes name does have a identity of its own. I am have been called by different name and each of these name makes me behave in different way subconsciously. But i do remain the same person. Did any of you have experience these things let me know about it
2 responses
@wasim989 (2304)
• India
1 Dec 06
Yeah I know coz I live in India too but these are all fakes coz it is just that you want success and you do whatever these fortune tellers told you........................
@kparab (302)
• United States
1 Dec 06
yeah i am not talking exactly about the way the name is spelled but just look at what u do when people call you by your pet name or by your full name. Just think over it if am called with my pet name I am more informal with people when i called by my surname or office name i am more into reposible mode and the half name my friends use i am more open. And that's how i response to the chat room name. Probably i am more comfortable with hunkyguy than sweetheart. That where the name play its effect
@kittu007 (946)
• United States
29 Dec 06
i think thats a wonderful idea. why shouldnt you?...